Lakewood, NJ (PRWEB) March 18, 2014
The trend of indoor gardening terrariums is going strong with no signs of slowing anytime soon. Terrariums are used in home décor, as centerpieces and gifts, but they can also be used to jump start a spring garden.
Beginning March 17, bulb-lovers across the country may enter Longfield Garden’s Facebook contest, Terrarium Kit Giveaway, for a chance to win their own indoor spring garden kit. Two random winners will be drawn on Monday, March 24.
The winners will be able to get a jump start on the gardening season by starting the popular summer flower, begonias, indoors.
“Terrariums act as a countertop greenhouse to help establish your begonias so that you can plant them inside before moving them to containers outside,” says Jennifer Pfau, marketing director and bulb enthusiast at Longfield Gardens. “This means you’ll have a longer season of color!”
To enter the contest, simply like Longfield Gardens on Facebook, then click to enter to win. On March 24, Longfield Gardens will randomly select one winner.
In addition, Longfield is also offering its Facebook fans four chances to win a bag of their most popular varieties on their Facebook page. Simply follow Longfield Gardens on Facebook and look for daily questions about the Terrarium Kit Giveaway from March 17 through March 24.
Falling in love with Longfield bulbs is easy—especially when it’s free.
For a chance to win the indoor spring garden kit, like Longfield Gardens on Facebook, and click on the ‘contest tab’ to register.
Longfield Gardens is one of America’s top importers of quality flower bulbs. Longfield’s mission is to bring bulb gardening into every home, offer common sense planting information and stretch your dollar by offering competitive prices that are transparent. This simple approach to selling bulbs saves their customers time and money while increasing gardening success. Longfield Gardens carries an impressive selection of spring-planted, fall-planted and winter product lines, as well as information and inspiration. For more information, visit the website at http://www.longfield-gardens.com or visit the blog at blog.longfield-gardens.com.